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London Design Festival 2014: New Highlights
Each year the London Design Festival joins together a city already bubbling with creativity to celebrate the best in design happening both at home and in studios abroad. While festival staples like DesignJunction, The Shoreditch Design Triangle, the...
DESIGN
London’s New Designers 2014: Part 2
Following Part One of London's annual New Designers graduate exhibition, Part Two focused on Visual Communications, Furniture & Product Design and Motion Arts & Theatre Design. This year, two themes dominated the display of works put forth by the budding...
DESIGN
ECAL: Delirious Home
As one of the world's top design universities, it comes as no surprise that the Industrial Design and Media and Interaction Design students from Lausanne's ECAL would wow the crowd in Milan with their creative prowess. But their group exhibition...
DESIGN
Cool Hunting Designer Master Classes in Milan
This year, in addition to our annual coverage of Milan's Design Week, we've teamed up with Heineken to hold a series of Designer Master Classes on 9, 10 and 11 April 2013 at The Heineken Magazzini in Milan's Zona Tortona. In order to give our readers...
CULTURE
Art Story
One of the things we've always loved about Story—Rachel Shechtman's ever-changing store in NYC's Chelsea neighborhood—is that every iteration is a story in and of itself. Her latest venture is Art Story, a concept shop created with the...
DESIGN
Low-Tech Factory
For its 14th edition earlier this month, Designers' Saturdays in Langenthal, Switzerland invited ECAL undergraduate and Masters students in industrial and product design to let their imagination run free while developing a series of machines exploring...
CULTURE
Academy of Arts and Design Exhibition 2012
by Adam Štěch Founded in 1885, Prague's Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design is the most progressive art school in the Czech Republic today. Nestled among the ateliers and studios of prominent Czech artists and designers in the center...
DESIGN
Commemoration
Commemoration, a range of poetic capsules designed by recent Kingston University grad Greg Smith, preserves nostalgia in a tangible realm. Smith's elegantly crafted airtight vessels "preserve traces of personal scents to trigger memories" after...
DESIGN
Royal College of Art Degree Show 2012
Each year the Royal College of Art degree show highlights some of the brightest emerging design talent across a variety of disciplines. London's RCA prides itself on its international reputation, attracting creative minds from all over the world to...
DESIGN
Triumph Speed Twin Concept
For their final year project while studying transport design at Northumbria University in Newcastle, budding English designers Roy Norton and Tom Kasher wanted to create a bike that would borrow from the past while looking to the future. The result...
DESIGN
Ferrari World Design Contest
Ferrari invited us to their headquarters in Maranello, Italy to see the work of the seven finalists in their year-long World Design Contest. The contest tasked the students with devising a concept car design with the brief to reduce fuel consumption...
DESIGN
Design Indaba: Pecha Kucha
From the seven recent design graduates highlighted for their distinct talents at Cape Town's Design Indaba conference on creativity, three particularly stand out for their innovative viewpoint and compelling demonstrations. While the others—Camille...
TECH
ITP Winter Show 2010
The maze of clever interactive projects at ITP this year made for too much to fit into one piece. Check out part one or read on for part two below, with concepts spanning a new form of story telling to an emotive flower. Photo Plus is an interactive...
TECH
ITP Winter Show 2010
We checked out the Interactive Telecommunications Program 2010 winter show yesterday at Tisch School of the Arts and like previous years, the overall depth and range of the projects was in itself impressive. Below are some that stood out for their...
STYLE
Kevin Joo Hwang
Parsons grad Kevin Joo Hwang's thesis collection mixes a traditional menswear palette with a feminine take on early twentieth century Southeast Asian fishermen. The 25-year-old California native focuses on making wearable clothes, emphasizing the...
DESIGN
VeikYndi
VeikYndi (Icelandic for "SickNices") are the offbeat monsters created by Reykjavik-based graphic designer Hildur Hermanns. Like a psychedelic version of Care Bears, Hermanns designed the plush characters to cheer up sick children. She came up with...
TRAVEL
Anywhere—A Travel Guide
From fiction to fanzines, the students showing at the 2010 degree exhibition at Stockholm's art and design school Konstfack put out many fine examples of self-publishing. Demonstrating that the younger generation still see relevance in tangible media...
STYLE
Customizing Culture
Working with her Persian heritage as inspiration, Maryam Avalinejad's Customizing Culture collection debuted this week as part of Beckmans School of Design's final year showcase. The Iranian-born, Stockholm-based designer examines the fine line...
TECH
Analog and Digital Collide in a Burst of Text and LEDs at the ITP Spring 2009 Show
Twice each year students from NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) exhibit their final projects. Ranging between artistic and commercial, conceptual and pragmatic, the work is always inspirational. With every show there seems...
DESIGN
Milan Design Week 2009: ECAL
The University of Art and Design Lausanne, or ECAL, has been consistently turning out some intriguing talent under the directorship of Martin Schgaguler. While the curriculum teaches students to each hone their own identity, there remains a distinct...
TECH
ITP Spring Show 2008
Spring in NYC means trees in full bloom, lightened moods and NYU's semi-annual mega-exhibit of art and technology, the ITP show taking place this year 12-13 May 2008. While every season promises an outpouring of creativity, this time around I...
DESIGN
Hulgerisation
Hulger approached St. Martin's design students about applying their thinking toward technology on a variety of products. While some of it falls into the "Design Student" vortex, some of it's actually pretty interesting. My favorites...
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